St. Louis Rams rookie sensation, QB Sam Bradford is one of five nominees for the Pepsi Rookie of the Year Award.
You need to head over there and vote for Bradford, lest another rookie take what is rightfully his.
Oh, and this isn't the official rookie of the year award. Those are handed out by the Associated Press for offensive and defensive rookies. They should be announced soon enough. From the official ballot:
Bradford set NFL rookie records for completions (354) and attempts (590), and his 3,512 passing yards are the second most by a rookie in league history, trailing only Peyton Manning's 3,739 in 1998. Bradford's 18 touchdowns are tied for fifth most among rookies in NFL history. During a midseason stretch, Bradford set a rookie record with 174 consecutive attempts without an interception. The former Heisman Trophy winner led the Rams to seven wins. Bradford, who attended the University of Oklahoma, was nominated for five Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week awards, winning twice.